Sports Safety Mask

 

 

GAME FACE PICTURE   

Game Face is a safety device specifically designed for various sports. With proper use the Game Face will proactively reduce chances of facial/dental injuries

 

 

Game Face is a safety device specifically designed for various sports. With proper use the Game Face will proactively reduce chances of facial/dental injuries.

The mask is made from polycarbonate (the same material bullet-proof glass is made of), which makes the mask ultra-lightweight but extremely strong. The masks unique honeycomb design gives the strikebar superior strength. The mask is ventilated for cooling and provides full visibility. The mask comes with high-impact, adjustable foam pads to provide maximum comfort and protection.

The mask was invented by Jerry Spessard and has been on the market for 9 years now.

Statistics show fielders are a greater risk for facial injuries than batters. Four times as many fielders than batters receive facial injuries.

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, 49% of the reported facial injuries occur in fielders. Batters receive only 11% of the injuries while pitchers receive 7% and runners receive 2%. 31% of facial injuries occur in warm-ups or practice.

An estimated 100,000 sports-related eye injuries occur each year in the United States. In the United States, the sports that most often produce eye injuries are also the most popular racquet sports, baseball and basketball. According to a 1991 study by Jonathan Stock and F. Michael Cornell, the risk of eye injury in these and other sports varies with the
participant's age.

Children (5 to 12 years of age)
Baseball
Basketball
Soccer
BB gun injuries

USES OF "GAME FACE"

Fast Pitch and Slow Pitch SOFTBALL:

GAMEFACE PICTURE 2Pitcher
Similar to the third baseman in distance from the batter, once the pitch is delivered (i.e. 3035ft.) plus all of the other factors, the pitcher is being required to wear a Game Face.

Third Base
Due to the close playing position of the batter (i.e. 30-40 ft.), the hardness of the ball, and the speed of the ball coming off the aluminum bat, leagues have started requiring the position player to wear a GameFace.

Infield Practice
Coaches are using the Game Face for hitting the ball extremely hard during practice so the players get used to fielding hard hit balls during the game without fear. This also allows for the coach to forget the fear of "bad-hops."

 

 

LARGE GAME FACELarge Size for Adult Head Sizes 22" and Larger - $40.00

 

MEDIUM GAME FACEMedium Size for Youth Head Sizes up to 21 7/8" - $35.00

 

Large - $40 (Adults, head size to 22" and larger)

 Medium - $35 (Youth and head size up to 21 7/8")

$8.95 UPS Ground Shipping in Continental US or

FREE shipping with Ringor Shoe Order

Place your order - Call 888 396 1414

 


You can place your order by calling Mike Jennings of Softball Pro Shop between 10:00 AM and 9:00 PM (CST), Saturdays from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm (Closed on Sundays) at 888-396-1414

HOME